Lara Trump showed off her baby bump in a pink off-the-shoulder dress while attending her father-in-law’s 2020 campaign kickoff rally in Orlando,
The 36-year-old Trump campaign adviser, who is about seven months pregnant, was seen arriving at the event with her husband, Eric Trump, and her brother-in-law
Lara paired her form-fitting frock with white pumps and a metallic purse that she wore slung over her shoulder as she exited their Secret Service vehicle carrying a large leather tote.
Baby on board: Lara Trump 36, traveled to Orlando, Florida, with her husband Eric Trump, 35, for the president’s 2020 campaign rally on Tuesday evening
Outfit of the day: The Trump 2020 campaign adviser showed off her baby bump in a pink off-the-shoulder dress
Added touch: Lara accessorized her pink dress with a pair of cream heels
The former television producer sported a smartwatch on her left wrist but very little jewelry, aside from her wedding band and engagement ring.
Lara’s highlighted blonde hair was styled in loose waves, and she was seen carrying a water bottle with her before she headed inside the rally.
Don Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, was also in attendance at the event on Tuesday evening. Like Lara, she serves as a senior adviser to the president’s reelection campaign.
The former Fox News host took to Instagram Stories upon their arrival to share a photo of the group inside the Amway Center where the event is being held.
In the snapshot, she is posing with her beau as well as Eric, Lara, and Thomas Hicks Jr., the co-chair of the Republican National Committee.
Protected: The expectant mom was flanked by a Secret Service agent while grabbing a bottle of water outside of the venue
Baggage: The soon-to-be mother-of-two carried a metallic shoulder bag and a large leather tote when she stepped out of their Secret Service vehicle
All together: Lara arrived with her husband Eric (left) and brother-in-law Donald Trump Jr. (right)
She’s got this: Lara had no problem grabbing her own bags, despite being about seven months pregnant
Kimberly tagged Donald Trump in the post and used the hashtag ‘#MAGA2020.’
Lara liked the photo so much that she also posted it on her own Instagram Stories. The expectant mom also shared a selfie promoting the Florida rally with the caption: ‘Who is ready?’
Trump’s daughter-in-law later took the stage at his 2020 presidential campaign rally in front of an estimated 20,000 people.
Instead of wearing the pink dress that she had on earlier in the day, she changed into a sleeveless white dress with a ruffle hem.
Lara was likely a part of Trump’s campaign decision to transform the area outside the arena to have a festival-like atmosphere, with music and food trucks to help supporters pass the time ahead of the rally.
Travel look: Lara wore her long blonde hair in loose waves and sported a smartwatch on her left wrist
Support system: Don Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, was also in attendance at the event on Tuesday evening
Rubbing elbows: Lara, Eric, Don Jr., and Kimberly posed for a photo with Thomas Hicks Jr., the co-chair of the Republican National Committee ahead of the event
New look: Lara changed into a white sleeveless ruched dress with a ruffle hem to take the stage at the Amway Center
Loving it: The former television producer had a bright smile on her face as she addressed the crowd
Riling them up: Don Jr. tossed campaign hats to the eager crowd before his father took to the stage to announce his candidacy for a second presidential term
The most coveted positions are not seats at all, but standing positions near the front of the stage. Backers of the president who are in that area are likely to get a handshake, a selfie, or Trump’s autograph at the event that formally marks the beginning of his campaign for a second term.
All of Trump’s children and his wife Melania will be with him at the event, sources told DailyMail.com, as will Mike Pence, the president’s running mate and the nation’s vice president.
Excited: Lara shared a selfie promoting the Florida rally with the caption: ‘Who is ready?’
The first lady does not plan to make formal remarks on Tuesday night, her office said, but given the president’s tendency to call on people to speak, she could end up addressing the crowd.
Don Jr., on the other hand happily gave remarks before the rally.
The president’s eldest son is a frequent presence at campaign events — with and without his father — and often serves as a warm-up act for the president’s supporters.
He’s also campaigned and raised money for other Republican candidates since his father entered politics.
Ivanka Trump’s husband and fellow senior adviser Jared Kushner was seen waiting for the arrival of the president and first lady at Orlando International Airport ahead of the event.
He was joined by soon-to-be former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who will be leaving her position at the end of the month.
Trump’s youngest daughter Tiffany, who has been less involved than her older siblings in her father’s campaigns and administration, was joined by her boyfriend Michael Boulos when she arrived at the airport.
Michael, the heir to the multi-billion-dollar Nigerian trading conglomerate Boulos Enterprises, was visiting his girlfriend in Washington, D.C. before they flew to Florida together.
Guests of honor: President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are seen stepping off Air Force One at Orlando International Airport ahead of the rally
His team: The couple was greeted by Ivanka Trump’s husband Jared Kushner and soon-to-be former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Big event: Trump’s youngest daughter Tiffany was joined by her billionaire boyfriend Michael Boulos when she arrived in Orlando
Tuesday night’s event will be 13-year-old Barron Trump’s first appearance at a campaign rally since his father took office.
The Republican incumbent set the tone for the monster rally in Florida in a morning tweet that bashed the media and compared the scene outside the Amway Center to a rock tour.
‘The Fake News doesn’t report it, but Republican enthusiasm is at an all time high. Look what is going on in Orlando, Florida, right now! People have never seen anything like it (unless you play a guitar). Going to be wild – See you later!’ he said.
Trump had apparently dropped a claim that ‘thousands’ turned up on Monday, with about 250 people camping overnight. But the numbers grew steadily as temperatures soared in Orlando Tuesday, reaching 87 degrees before an hour-long downpour that soaked a waiting crowd.
A new Quinnipiac poll showed Trump losing Florida to Democratic nemesis Joe Biden. The former vice president would beat Trump by nine points, 50 – 41 per cent, the newly-released survey showed.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders would win by a similar margin, 48 – 42, while other top Democrats would perform in the poll’s margin of error.